I agree that sprung wood floors (especially in air conditioned buildings)
are hard to come by. We in the Twin Cities are lucky to have access to
the brand new Tapestry Folk Dance Center in Minneapolis. The building is
entirely devoted to music and dance and features two dance halls with
sprung wood floors, built in sound systems, AND air conditioning. Anyone
who is in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St.Paul, MN, USA) is welcome to
join our Monday night classes at Tapestry and share in our good fortune.
Lara Friedman~Shedlov "Thwart not the librarian!"
On Tue, 19 Oct 1999, Genevieve Moore wrote:
> Marilynn, I'm glad to hear that someone else is of the opinion that the > Atlanta Fall workshop gets better every year. The floor issue is an > unfortunate problem. (Finding a nice wooden floor with a well air- > conditioned building around it is also difficult. The temperature of the > room at Friday's Gala was a comfortable compromise.) Although it was > Monday before my legs actually realised how hard the floors were, I > already look forward to next year. Well done, Atlanta! > > Genevieve Moore > > > -- > Genevieve Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >